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I ran tor on my raspian machine from the repositories. Since this version is quite old I built a newer version from sources. The files like config, etc., are located under /usr/local -- where the repository-installation put them directly in /etc/. I want to copy my old secret_id_key that I obtained from /var/lib/tor/keys to the new built. However, I cannot find a specific location (/usr/local/lib does not yield a tor directory). Any ideas (or solutions) where to put this file? Thanks!

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PREFIX/data/keys, where prefix is --prefix=xxx and in my case - I've made a double-precaution :

  • configure --prefix=/usr/tor
  • in torrc DataDirectory /usr/tor/data

and NO problem is given at all, I have ALL the keys in /usr/tor/data/keys

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    Do you mean with PREFIX /usr/local? The key fodlers are not there. Could you please specify your answer? Feb 14, 2016 at 10:40
  • @HATEthePLOT if you haven't changed the prefix in configure and in torrc - yes, it should be there.
    – Alexey Vesnin
    Feb 14, 2016 at 17:07
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    Thank you for the advice. The torrc states that the default is $HOME/.tor where the files are. The option DataDirectory /usr/local/var/lib/tor to specify the folder to /usr/local is commented out. Feb 14, 2016 at 17:44

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